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Guy Leaves AirPod Stickers All Over The City

Some people really just want to watch the world burn. Twitter user @PabloRochat, is going viral after he made life-size stickers of AirPod pros, and proceeded to plan them around the city. Sounds like he had many unprepared pedestrians fooled. We just want the video footage that documents the emotional fallout when people realized they were just trying to pick up stickers. 

Guy leaves AirPod stickers all over the city, and fakes people out.
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Woman's Twitter Story Reveals How Little Online Privacy We Have

Talia Shadwell, shared a viral story on Twitter that spotlights just how little online privacy people have. Specifically, this shows how big tech companies keep a much closer eye on people using their apps than some people might expect. Scary stuff indeed. 

Woman's Twitter story about her lack of online privacy with a period tracker app is seriously messed up.
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The Dumbest App/Program Ideas Ever Proposed

Someone on AskReddit asked for app developers/programmers to share the dumbest ideas they'd ever had proposed to them. No doubt, a lot of these must've seen like "the next best thing" at the time. The real question is what kinds of substances were involved in the creation of these ideas. 

Developers share the dumbest app and program ideas they've ever had proposed to them.
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Excruciating Moments Of Tech Support Gore

These tech support moments are pure nightmare fuel. It's a wonder that these people were able to get their machines and internet and whatnot to work like it did. 

Ridiculous moments of tech support failure.
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Glitchy Moments Of Software Gore

These glitched out moments of pure software gore are enough to make any brain short circuit in confusion. Sometimes things just don't add up as they should, and the final software product comes out looking like a monstrous fail. 

A collection of ridiculous software glitches.
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Tinder Comedy Gems That Were Shameless, Witty, Or Dirty

Tinder's a game of rolling the dice, and seeing what kinds of pickup lines actually take you somewhere. A whole lot of the time, you can just end up landing yourself in the land of being "unmatched." These Tinder users either enjoyed some success, or need to try their luck somewhere else. 

A collection of Tinder users that either were successful with their pickup lines, or failed miserably.
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Tour Manager Berates Staff, They Revenge With Bad Feedback

This tour manager decided to berate and talk down to his staff, and ended up paying the ultimate price. You see, that staff that's responsible for making sure things run smoothly decided to tinker with the feedback. Sounds like that alone ended up costing the guy his job. Yikes. 

A mean tour manager berates his staff and talks down to them, so they take their revenge and he ends up losing his job.
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Manager Doesn't Know What A Computer Is, Throws Away Forty of Them

People have a pretty abysmal knowledge of computers, but almost never so bad that they try to have them removed from their office. IT people have to be very patient when a customer's computer won't work. Sometimes people don't know what a power button is. We don't envy people who have to deal with this level of ignorance on a daily basis.

A stupid boss doesn't know what computers are and asks to have them removed from the office.
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Comments Section From Mark Zuckerberg's Conference Is Eerily Wholesome

What episode of Black Mirror is this? Just a little unsettling to read through the tidal wave of comically wholesome feedback in the comments section. Looks like the world of Facebook users in this particular scenario have nothing but great thing to say about the Zuck. 

Mark Zuckerberg's live conference comments section ends up looking like a dystopian novel.
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Twitter User Offers Insights Into Shady Chinese (Gaming) Business Practices

Mark Kern, who was the team lead for Vanilla World of Warcraft, the creator of Em-8ER, Firefall, a producer of Diablo 2, Starcraft, Broodwar, and more, has drawn his line in the sand when it comes to China and their nasty, shady gaming business practices. He calls out Blizzard for being spineless when it comes to standing up against China. 

Twitter user offers insights into the shady gaming business practices.
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Guy On Twitter Challenges Stereotype About Tech Billionaires' Empires Starting In Garages

This guy's trying to challenge the stereotype about all these brilliant tech masterminds starting their global operations from within the confines of a stuffy garage. Instead, he asserts that some of these billionaires enjoyed the benefits of other factors like generational wealth, family investments, nepotism, etc. 

Twitter user calls out billionaires and their garage stories for not being accurate about how they started out.
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A video caught by Tesla's on board camera appears to have caught a woman in the act of keying a car. As long as people insist on keying cars, it's nice to have some cars around that are ready to catch them in the criminal, trashy act. 

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As if this wasn't already a cringeworthy mess, it looks like there's a lady shoplifting in the middle of the dance.